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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

? RETURNED MEN ! : W / ! | You've reason te know ~ ' | ♦ Deeds count, not words, £ And if you want an inexpensive, but smart serviceable suit, we will \ a X complete you in one day for ? . J ♦ A . Ef / Suit ' N I K 1 ^ ^ Genuinely , M / ggg To |g^/%J/|l ]|jy j llj|| ♦ \ Tailored Jg I Measure ^ U U ^ ♦ We also allow you a special discount of 10/- off the price of any if ^ ^ - uit over Five Guineas, and 2/- in the £ off the piice of everything | sMslifi ? £ else you wear, including Hats, Boots, Mercery, &c. ,1 7^r . | ♦ ^This is a DinKum Offer ? § f by a firm established over 25 years, who value their reputation for 1 ||| 1 1 win.. J X fair and square dealing too well to advertise what they do not j IJ | j 8 ggjl X | Patterns and Styles Free Anywhere. 1^1 |t| Sf t I CHARLES GILBERT LIMITED, j ♦ Over 25 years Tailoring Specialists, i X Queen Street (near Bridge), BRISBANE. ♦ ♦♦♦❖♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦A ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ . EAR PLIER S H & firanding Irons ! ^ i f...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PRINCESS PAT'S OWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

PRINCESS PAT'S OWN. v j There was an affecting ceremony at Bram shott on¥!February 21 \ (says the 'Daily ( News' of ' February y 22), when Princess Patricia in spected the battaion of Canadian infantry which has parried her.; colours with such valour in all the big battles in France and Flanders— the only colour carried in action by British trobps during the war. ? Much had happened since that day in August, 1914, at Ottawa, when lier Royal Highr ness -presented the colours, worked by herself, just before the battalion sailed for England. . — By December they were in Flanders, and in the second battle pf .Ypres they , made a reputation which was upheld till the morning of the armistice, when they helped to capture Laon. There was little fighting in which they did not play a part. Between Passchendaele and the Somme there were few battlefields where the battalion did not leave its dead. ; 1 So it was inevitable that to-day's ceremony should be touched with sadness. It was not the sam...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

FOR ALL THE YEAR— ^ BULIMBA BEER rri A ROYAL BEVERAGE— 1 QUEEN LAGER

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CIRCUMSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

' CIRCUMSPECT. 'So you wish' to ledve to get married,. Mary? I hope':you .'have given the matter a serious 'consideration?' ' ~ 'Ohf I have; sir was the earnest reply. 'I havfe -Seen to two fortune-tellers and a clair voyant, and looked ;in . a sign book,, and dreamed on^4. look , of his .hair, and_ have ..been to . one of .. those asterpologers, and . to a- m,eejum, ,and they all t^ me- XQ..SO. , ahead, -sir^ . I , ajnjt '.qne^ Jo marry re6kl'ess like,' sir.''-— 'Househoid' Words.'

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LAWYERS DON'T LOOK GOOD TO SIR DOUGLAS HAIG. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

LAWYERS DON'T LOOK GOOD TO SIR DOUGLAS HAIG* Sir Douglas Haig is a soldier first, last and all the time, who regards all other professions as of quite negligible importance. He was inspecting a cavalry troop and was particularly struck with the neat way in which v repairs had been made to some of the troopers' saddles. 'Very good work,' he remarked to the troop sergeant-major. 'Who did it?' 'Two of my troopers, sir,' was the reply. 'You're fortunate .to have two suchi ~ expert ?saddlers in your troop,' said Haig. 'As a matter of fact, sir,' was the reply, 'they're not saddlers. They're lawyers in /? v civil life.' 'Lawyers? Well,' ejaculated Sir Douglas, 'how men who can work like that could have wasted their lives over law I can't imagine.' — 'La'dies' Home: Journal.'

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INVISIBLE WOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

INVISIBLE WOUNDS. the loss of an arm or a leg naturally arouses sympathy. There is even a sort of ' romance about a Winded, soldier. Yet .some of war's worst wrecks bear;no outward signs of injury, and are, -so far as one can see,- hale and he&rty men. It is of these thslt Captaiii^Arthur ; II. Samuels, of the United States Sanitary Corps, writes in 'Carry On' (New York Sep tember) r under the heading that we aise for this article. 'There is always a disposition on the part of the 'public,'', he.. says, ,'tq recognise the obvious.' Th& man who has' been out-, wardly injured will have' little trouble, Cap.-- ' tain , Samuel thinks, in ' taking his place once more among our useful citizens.^ C It ^under stood pretty clearly that the man who has suf fered loss of limb can; with :;:otf;^thput.;:'aLppH.ir7^ ances, ;be 'epaployed ; in 'business; industry ' and ? agriculture ^th profit to himself and to his employer. v. , 'But :what of the soldier who comes back, broken wit...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO THE NATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

TO THE NATION. ' \ — ? ; ? : ? 'Very rightly many, of us have been insisting1 in season and out of season^ upon the. mainten ance of an overwhelmingly strong British , .Navy, but meanwhile the Mercantile Marine of *. Qreat Britain, without, which the Navy is use less, has been^ allowed'to drift into such a ' position, that we may wake up any morning and , And that it no. longer exists.' ? ... — Frank T. Bullcn. What will you give, them England? The Mas . ' ters of the sea! .. Hardly a Captain among them save by title of 'courtesy. ? : r -* ^ But they own the sternest prefix of /any that ?-. yet may be. ..... They have fed your teeming millions from in accessable lands; They have carried your troops to battle-read . the record as it stands. They look for no recognition, Master or Fore mast Hands. They go at the word of an owner where your Navy scarce dare go, . Down to the Horn that spares not, and up to /-.the deathly floe; v ' . ? There is never a sea that daunts them, a peril they...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

X ? f ? v'*'-^faskL To Returned Soldieris 1,1 ROTHWELL'S ALLOV}/ YOU 5 PER CENT. DISCOUNT ' ON ALL CASH TRANSACTIONS. If you want a Suit ready to put on, let us show y_ou a 'ROTHSTED' Readir-to-Wear. It is cut and made on our premises. It is made so smartly that you will not be ; ,/ , able to tell it from a suit cut to your measures. ?..mf- : ±r 65/- '* jrl ROTH WELLS LTD. ? EDWARD STREET, BRISBANE. McGUFFIE & C0. ;WC™?TS (S: G. COWELL) AeMm ? ? ? ? gjMMitS 248 Queen Street, 'Pkone 530. BRISBANE. BBHg ' ' ' ' ' ? -11111 21 H j { The Universal Oar $ | THE WORLD'S FAVOURITE |. J Costs One Penny per Mile! i $ One of thousands writes as follows : — T ♦ ? : CLONCURRY, May 5, 1919. J | Messrs, Queensland Motor Agency Ltd., Adelaide Street, CITY. ▲ I Dear Sirs,— We have just come a 900 miles trip in a very satis- a x factory manner. We tested the last 290 miles for petrol consumption, & a and -covered that distance on 8£ gallons, which gives an average of 34 ♦ ^ a miles to ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

The Spirit of the A.I.F^: Reliable and Thorough. iMcMahon & Co. | '{))t . Late of tha A.I.F- i '- '- 1 - - : v BUSINESS BROKERS :: HOTEL SPECIALISTS i i ( . - ! ~ ? ? ' ? .... o ? i 1 1 ^ ' ' Room 17, King & King Buildings, QUEEN STREET, opposite Town Hall. ||

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

Diners ! rorw«rd all your Produce, j ; Poultry and Fruit to Bl| tiflllTE Municipal Markets * Via Weill I Eg Roma Street, BRISBANE. Highest Prices Obtainable ? A Square Deal. Buy and Sell from Him. Phone Cent, 1732 X, A. SPURG1N HAIRDRESSER and TOBACCONIST. f Largest Hygienic Saloon in Australia TWELVE (12) CHAIRS. Only Address — - Queen St., ' Daily Mail ' Brisbane

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
To Our Readers. MANIFRSTO The Returned Soldiers & Citizens' Political Federation. (QUEENSLAND DIVISION.) Head Office, Darragh's Buildings, Queen Street, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

To Our Readers. The Returned Soldiers & Citizens' Political Federation. (QUEENSLAND DIVISION.) . -Afyjo::y . .y.: A'.y : * ' ? -wy \ ( y^^ ^y y ? Head Office, Darragh's Buildings, .... ? ' y y.y ?*; ;,y'' 'r y.;:; Queen Street, Brisbane. Fellow .Citizens, — , ? ' -' /''A /;y,,..Av .?- , With the passing of the World War, those who have fought and worked for th^ overthrow of autocracy and for the triumph of Right and Justice are now asked to rally round the banner of true Citizenship with view of obtaining for our Couptry a Government of the People, for the People by the People. For this purpose the Interstate Conference of Soldiers' Political Parties resolved upon the formation of the / v Returned Soldiers' ajnd Citizens' Political Federation, which now links up the Commonwealth with Federal and State v y V! Platforms, based upon common objectives. The Returned Soldiers' and Citizens' Political Federation is building on sound foundations, the first principle of which is serv...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

Notice to the Public. especially TO OUR ' LADS.', We ask the Public, especially the ' Lads,' to carefully note the address of, all . our Adver tisers and patronise them only — they have stuck loyally to your Federation. A :l ist of ? Business Firms who turned you down, turned a deaf ear, and refused to advertise in your paper can be . inspected at our Rooms. Don't forget, Lads, call and inspect the lists. Patronise your Advertisers— those who sup port your paper are your supporters. Yours in Comradeship, ADVERTISING MANAGER.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OVER THE TOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

OVER THE TOP. The work of the Citizen-Soldier of Australia: is jwt qveiw-^ in peace he must rid his PQuritry of the greatest of all pests: The Party-Politipal Wlaphiriei 5 f - ^ y - N i A S* J /'*. t'-l . ' ? ? ? ' .

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Fool's Talk! [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

A Fool's Talk! It was long ago, 'Comrades,' so long that' my brain totters in remembering, and every thing is dim because of the mists that fog my mind. And pictures come and .go flickering across the screen of my memory like, the danc- , ing visions of a cinema., But what matters it/' because you see I am a fool, and others smile and wink at the stuttering thread of my dis i course. j It was long ago when men marched away, | column after column, with swinging step, hus | bands, fathers, sons, winding in aud out of the | shadows of the past. And they marched away, I fading into distance like the drifting, shapes of 1 a, dream, because you see there was a war, I and because of that war, perhaps is why my j head aches, and jumps and I sometimes laugh 1 —laugh .softly at the grotesque shapes that | peer into my eyes, silencing the story of my j lips. ' ' ? 1 Because, you see, 'Comrades,' I marched, | too, with that long line that swung away,- and I why did I march? I cannot remember, j...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Danger of Party Lure. "Soldiers in Politics." [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

The Danger of Party Lure. 'Soldiers In Folilscs.' A cartoon from Canada represents a profiteer and a slacker comfortably seated at one end of -a see-saw plank. At the other end, still high up in the air is a soldier just landed back from across the seas, to the evident dismay of the duet opposite. There are all sorts of queries from the soldier, to which our couple reply: 'How 'was' we to know you 'was' -- coming back?' As he comes bacit from Hie war the 'Digger' ; ; begins to ask awkward questions. He even asks those he left at home, in charge of the management of the country he went over to defend for an account of their stewardship. He did his' bit and expected the others to do * their duty. On his return he finds his country in the Jiands of political parasites. He fought to keep the horrors of war from his native land. Now he finds it in t£e .throes of indus trial turmoil and social unrest. He left, cheered on his way to the front, with all sorts of pro mises of help, support a...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

1 R.. BLACK The State's ! ; Lead i ng Tobaccon is L | . Direct importer of all | | the Leading Brands yi of Cigars, Cigarettes 'in |||i and Tobaccos. ! || The greatest variety ( of Smokers' R'equi ! sites in Australia: to l i Hi' \ .select from. ? .|lj! |||| . ' address — . ; ' 5 COURIER BOlLDiNQ ill Queen Street, :!!|; BRISBANE FLUENZA j An aromatic Inhalant » Ointment for the nos- # ? trils. Sold, in handy ? tubes. Price, 1/- post H free. Direct from — ® - T. J. LUDDY - - Chemist, | Courier Building, I Edward Street - BRISBANE I — — FOR 3 YEARS Our Factory has been in full swing, in the Manufacture of HIGH-CLASS FILING CABINETS, CARD CABINETS, and GENERAL OFFICE FURNITURE. Faithfully built of best selected Queensland Oak, Maple, or Pine. PRICES ARB LOW, AND QUALITY OF THE / HIGHEST. , We are Systems Experts from A to Z. Rom Conpang Sole Address: 307 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. (Opposite Q.N. Bank) Telephone Central 1076. P.O. Box 776. The LIFE Insurance Coy, of Australia Ltd. The 'L.C...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

j GeorgeWills&Co.LMj I ; ,'':' ;X3eneraS Merchants' ' ' ; X ♦ Wharf Street :: Brisbane, s A 4b Y Sole Agents for ... J | ted Fruits, J», Cocoa, Cocoa | t UGItlllld aad Milk, Tea, Shaker Salt, Pickles ♦ % THIS BRAND STANDS FOR QUALITY ^ ❖ £ SO ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM! ' ♦ % We also handle Large Stocks of CABBIDE, WIRE, W00LPACKS, % t RESIN, HESSIAN, Etc., Etc. , ' + t | Wholesale Merchants 0n!y. | ? ; -#♦-♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ g FOR ALL USES HI I ;i'i 116176 them — yes, from the Little jap ' II j Kitchen Pump right up to the Deep Well _ i pumping. Engines, vwith capacities rang- \ \ (i' ' i . V ing from 100 Gallons to 50,000 Gallons i-r* ' ' \ ! NO PROPOSITION IS TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE ' ? 1 , (i , FOR US TO HANDLE. ? I .1 1 Our past 25 years, of experience in this line, and on which our business was ' I' originally founded, enables us to offer expert advice on al} matters relating to Water ) I1 | Supply, Production, Cdnservation and Reticulation. - (|' ' jj OUR ADVICE IS FR...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

? ' V ' Y ' m wiuk ? $ iiSp^NE6AR^v 1 YOU'LL FIND SATISFIES BETTER m UM IJ^^Fbecause the special brew- ? ' IWIw'ing ensures that particu- ? |M|V lar zest you appreciate I so much. Being Pure it ? 119 goes further than other ? IIAfl makes, and therefore is ? more economical. Try it m with Salads, Fish, Green m 1H Peas, etc., and notice the m y real relish it gives;, you'll m HWU smack your lips with ap- m ? l-JSH preciation. Sold at all m Grocers. Wholesale Distributors: K THOS.HEASLOP & 60. L0 M Roma-street, Brisbane

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FOR THE SOLDIERS. CAPTAIN CARMICHAEL'S PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

FOR TIE SOLDIERS. CAPTAIN CARMICHAEL^S PROPOSALS. ' The Executive Committee of the Queensland Division of the Returned Soldiers' and Citizens' Political Federation has endorsed the following proposals of Capt. Carmichael, M.C.: — 1. That portion of the war indemnity to . be allotted to Australia be used in abolishing interest payments on ad vances on land and businesses of de mobolised soldiers and sailors. 2. That a further portion of the war in demnity be- utilised for granting an industry bonus of £50, to all other soldiers after twelve months proficient occupation after the date of their dis charge. . \ As the Returned Soldiers' and Citizens' Political Federation intends to have the above proposals introduced before both the Federal Legislative Houses at the next. K sessions , the secretary of the Federation opened , up a cor respondence with the various Federal M's.H.R. and members of the Senate, sfcsking them whether they would support the measure. We are. pleased to be able t...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AT TWILIGHT. SHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

AT TWILIGHT. SHE.. . I sit here in the garden/ dear, and watch the . fountain play, . ?' ?: ' ?! ' ?And ask each little ripple to bear my thoughts away ? To you, somewhere in France. The whippoorwill is calling through the jas'-' mine to its mate, ' * ? As my heart, is calling yours and praying, dear, to fate .To guard you, somewhere in -France. '7 ' i And evenings just at twilight, as all other lovemates. do, , v i * My soul takes wing^ flies abroad, and: Tests, ,de^r heart, with you1, ??? Somewhere.' in; 'France. \ ? , , n he. v -Ifm 'sitting in 'ray dugout, J'dear, and waiting for my chow — ' ? X ; ? I ' think they'll get it through, f to-night — the :T^6cKe' ^|;, quiet now. ,f Somewhere in France. We gave 'em beaucoup shells to-day, we!ll , r; i t,gi-ve Jem. gas, to-night. ^ , Arid I'm oiling up' my riflq to carry on the fight, Somewhere in France. i . ; , ^ 'But ' thrpu'gh^all^this great adventure 'at twilight ' ?every eve, , 1 My heart pleads guilty to the charge of 'Ab- O sen...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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